As a woman who is also a work-at-home mother, I appreciate the flexibility and earning potential of work-at-home business opportunities.
I’ve talked a couple of times about the Music Together® organization and their unique approach to bringing music to children to help them succeed not only academically, but in every day life.
They will be having a training workshop on October 11 – 13, but before the workshop, they will be having a FREE webinar on September 2 – 5 to help you understand the curriculum, theory behind Music Together, and the business opportunity.
If you are not familiar, Music Together® has been introducing the joy of music-making to families since 1987. In those 20 years, millions of parents, children, caregivers, and teachers have come to love our award-winning music and innovative, research-based curriculum. Today, our classes for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners can be found in more than 2500 communities around the world.
Music Together® FREE Webinar
Dates: September 2, 12:00 PM CDT; September 3, 8:00 PM CDT; or September 5, 9:30 AM CDT.
Details: This webinar will be led by an experienced Music Together educator and will introduce you to Music Together’s approach to early childhood music education and review the nuts and bolts of offering classes in your community. In addition, you will also understand what you will learn at our upcoming Kansas City Teacher Training on October 11.
Sign up for the FREE webinar HERE.
Anyone with an engaging presence and a love of children, who can sing in tune and lead participatory activities with confidence, has the potential to be a successful Music Together teacher. Kansas City is the perfect place for Music Together to grow. And now is the perfect time to become part of the expansion. And what could be better than finding out about it from the comfort of you home on a WEBINAR!
Sign up for your spot on the FREE Music Together Webinar now.
Disclosure: This post was written in partnership with Music Together. However, the written remarks are entirely my own. Want more information – check out my full disclosure statement.